Glorietta 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - the major landmark in Ayala Center and one of the earliest shopping center to be built by the Ayalas.
Glorietta has two sets of cinema houses totaling to 10.
Formerly called Quad, the mall has four interconnected buildings (Glorietta 5 is a late addition and is separate from the complex) and meets in the center which serves as a playground and events center. Greenbelt 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 - voted as the recreation are with the most beautiful and green landscape.
Restaurants in the Glorietta include Hard Rock Cafe, TGIF, California Pizza Kitchen, Triple V - Dad's/Kamayan. Greenbelt 5 is said to be the most posh shopping mall in the arcade so far. SM Makati - one of the original SM Department Stores started by Henry Sy, Sr.
It houses a lot of designer stores as well as fab restaurants. (in 1975) and was relaunched in 2004 and still withstands the competing malls in Ayala Center. The Landmark - a standalone department store that caters to high-end consigned goods. Nino de Paz Chapel - situated in Greenbelt Park and visited by people by all walks of life. Ayala Museum - an authority and institution in terms of priced historical possession that can be found in the corner of Makati Avenue and dela Rosa Street.